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Oceanside (San Diego, California)

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  • 3 car crash sends 1 to hospital

    3 car crash sends 1 to hospital
    OCEANSIDE, Calif. -- A three-vehicle crash on Highway 76 just east of Oceanside left at least one person with major injuries and closed the highway for about half an hour Saturday. The crash happened around 3:45 a.m. on Highway 76 just west of East Vista...
  • Renting a car? Consider hybrid and other eco-friendly options

    Travelers, you've made your voices heard. Whether you want to lessen your pain at the pump or reduce your carbon footprint (or both), you can find more hybrid and biofuel-powered rental cars these days. Just remember, though, that you may be going green,...
  • Molly Bee dies at 69; country singer

    Molly Bee, a country singer popular in the 1950s and 1960s who was a teenage star on television's "Hometown Jamboree" and "The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show," has died. She was 69. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Molly Bee obituary: The obituary of...
  • Richard J. O'Neill dies at 85; prominent O.C. landowner and Democratic Party activist

    Richard J. O'Neill dies at 85; prominent O.C. landowner and Democratic Party activist
    Richard J. O'Neill, a prominent landowner and Democratic Party activist who helped transform the landscape of Orange County by developing his family's vast Rancho Mission Viejo, died Saturday. He was 85. O'Neill, who served as California Democratic Party...
  • This week at Westwood Farmers' Market: Valencia oranges, Robada apricots, Flavorella plumcots

    This week at Westwood Farmers' Market: Valencia oranges, Robada apricots, Flavorella plumcots
    At its former location on Weyburn Avenue, the Westwood Farmers’ Market was big and lively. Forced to close in 2006, it reopened three months later at the Veterans Garden, north of Constitution Avenue, west of Sepulveda Boulevard. While this venue is...
  • Plans to pump up access to biofuels

    Ben LeBeau pulled up to the Conserv Fuel station in Brentwood on a recent Friday and started filling the tank of his black Chevy Tahoe with a liquid rarely found in California -- E85, an alternative fuel made of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline. The...
  • Behave, the Video Vigilante is watching

    It was a bright-blue winter morning in this Bible Belt capital, and Brian Bates was happy. The balmy weather conditions, he explained, were conducive to his peculiar line of work: public humiliation. Steering wheel in one hand, camcorder in the other,...
  • Gates hears from Southland troops

    Gates hears from Southland troops
    Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates on Monday made his first official visit to Southern California since taking the post, kicking off his second year in office by presenting awards to 17 sailors, including several Navy SEALs, who recently returned from...
  • A mortgage of convenience

    For first-time home buyers Joshua and Latoya Washington, the mid-February arrival of their high-efficiency furnace was a cause for celebration -- sweet reward for pursuing an energy-efficient mortgage. The loan allowed the Washingtons to roll the cost of...
  • Cars impounded in street racing crackdown

    Cars impounded in street racing crackdown
    It's called "Operation Crack Down". The operation is spearheaded by the Chula Vista Police Department. On Wednesday, officers from various police agencies, San Diego to Ontario, helped the Chula Vista Police with the crackdown. Car enthusiasts call it an...
  • 32 cited in street racing crackdown

    32 cited in street racing crackdown
    Nearly three dozen motorists were given citations in Chula Vista this week in connection with illegal street racing, police said today. On Wednesday, 32 citations were issued to drivers with illegal modifications to their vehicles during Operation...
  • Oceanside may ban medical marijuana dispensaries

    Oceanside may temporarily suspend medical marijuana dispensaries from opening until the city council decides how to regulate them. George Buell, development services director for the San Diego County city, said no one has officially applied to open a...